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Life Sciences  

This is a guide for life sciences at Arizona State University.
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Looking for Articles?

Life Sciences Research Databases:Biosis Previews | Web of Science | PubMed | Complete List of Life Sciences Databases

Also go to the Research Databases link from the library homepage to get an alphabetical list of databases or search for a list of databases by subject.

Looking for Journals?

Use the Journal Title Lookup link from the library homepage. Make sure to search both the Electronic Journals and the Print Journals.

Looking for Books?

Use the ASU Libraries Catalog link from the library homepage.



ASU Libraries has several e-book collections that contain books in the life sciences disciplines. Below is a list of those collections:



Current Protocols provides full-text access to laboratory methods and manuals published by Wiley. ASU Libraries subscribes to the full-text for the protocols listed below.

Nature Protocols is an online resource for protocols, including authoritative, peer-reviewed Nature Protocols and an interactive Protocols Network.

Dissertations & Theses

  • Dissertations & Theses @ ASU
    A seachable database for full text, citations and abstracts of ASU dissertations and theses.
    Citation only, 1954-1979
    Citation + full text, 1979 to current

  • Dissertations & Theses
    Indexes dissertations accepted for doctoral and master's degrees by accredited North American educational institutions and over 200 other institutions, covering approximately 3,000 subject areas.

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    • Provide library instruction for ASU classes,
    • Recommend and assist with library resources for research,
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